As the thought-leader in biological differences research, SWHR is often called upon to offer expert testimony before Congress and to provide guidance on legislative and regulatory matters on women’s health.
Each year, SWHR holds educational briefings for members of Congress and their staff on timely topics. Thanks to SWHR’s advocacy and public policy efforts, women’s health issues are now a national priority.
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Get the facts on the priority issues that SWHR advocates for, including sex differences research, funding for women’s health research, and the inclusion of women and minorities in clinical research.
Read the details of SWHR’s past policy letters, briefings, and Congressional testimony.